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Lord Alfred Douglas
Alas ! I have lost my God, My beautiful God Apollo. Wherever his footsteps trod My feet were wont to follow. But Oh ! it fell out one day My soul ...Rate it:

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Religion XXVI
Khalil Gibran
And an old priest said, "Speak to us of Religion." And he said: Have I spoken this day of aught else? Is not religion all deeds and all refle...Rate it:

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Renewal of Strength
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
The prison-house in which I live Is falling to decay, But God renews my spirit's strength, Within these walls of clay. For me a dimness slowly...Rate it:

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Report on Experience
Edmund Blunden
I have been young, and now am not too old; And I have seen the righteous forsaken, His health, his honour and his quality taken. This is not what w...Rate it:

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John Greenleaf Whittier
We live by Faith; but Faith is not the slave Of text and legend. Reason's voice and God's, Nature's and Duty's, never are at odds. What asks our Fa...Rate it:

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Marjorie Lowry Christie Pickthall
IF I should live again, O God, let me be young, Quick of sinew and vein With the honeycomb on my tongue, All in a moment flung With the dawn on a f...Rate it:

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Rudyard Kipling
1903 -- After Boer War Duly with knees that feign to quake-- Bent head and shaded brow,-- Yet once again, for my father's sake, In Rimmon's House ...Rate it:

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Robin and Malkin
Robert Henryson
Robene sat on gud grene hill, Kepand a flok of fe; Mirry Makyne said him till, "Robene, thow rew on me; I haif the luvit lowd a...Rate it:

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Rokeby: Canto IV.
Sir Walter Scott
I. When Denmark's raven soar'd on high, Triumphant through Northumbrian sky, Till, hovering near, her fatal croak Bade Reged's Britons dread th...Rate it:

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Rokeby: Canto VI.
Sir Walter Scott
I. The summer sun, whose early power Was wont to gild Matilda's bower, And rouse her with his matin ray Her duteous orisons to pay, That morni...Rate it:

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Rules And Lessons
Henry Vaughan
When first thine eyes unveil, give thy soul leave To do the like: our bodies but forerun The spirit's duty. True hearts spread and heave Unto thei...Rate it:

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Sabbath, My Love
Yehudah HaLevi
greet my love with wine and gladsome lay; Welcome, thrice welcome, joyous Seventh Day! Six slaves the weekdays are; I share With them a round o...Rate it:

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Edwin Arlington Robinson
Though not for common praise of him, Nor yet for pride or charity, Still would I make to Vanderberg One tribute for his memory: One honest war...Rate it:

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Katharine Tynan
To you and you and you who have given Two sons for England's sake,--what word? Oh, there is weeping heard in Heaven And Mary's heart has the Eight...Rate it:

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Thomas Edward Brown
TO live within a cave--it is most good; But, if God make a day, And some one come, and say, 'Lo! I have gather'd faggots in the wood!' ...Rate it:

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Richard Crashaw
Below the bottom of the great Abyss, There where one centre reconciles all things, The world's profound heart pants; there placed is Mischief's ol...Rate it:

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Scent of Irises
David Herbert Lawrence
A faint, sickening scent of irises Persists all morning. Here in a jar on the table A fine proud spike of purple irises Rising above the class-...Rate it:

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Self Reliance
Ralph Waldo Emerson
HENCEFORTH, please God, forever I forego The yoke of men's opinions. I will be Light-hearted as a bird, and live with God. I find him in the bottom...Rate it:

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Self-Criticism In February
Robinson Jeffers
The bay is not blue but sombre yellow With wrack from the battered valley, it is speckled with violent foam-heads And tiger-striped with long lovel...Rate it:

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Self–love And Truth Incompatible
William Cowper
From thorny wilds a monster came, That filled my soul with fear and shame; The birds, forgetful of their mirth, Drooped at the sight, and fell to e...Rate it:

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Senlin: His Cloudy Destiny
Conrad Potter Aiken
Senlin sat before us and we heard him. He smoked his pipe before us and we saw him. Was he small, with reddish hair, Did he light his pipe with ...Rate it:

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Ella Wheeler Wilcox
I wandered o'er the vast green plains of youth, And searched for Pleasure. On a distant height Fame's silhouette stood sharp against the skies. Be...Rate it:

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Seventh Street
Jean Toomer
Money burns the pocket, pocket hurts, Bootleggers in silken shirts, Ballooned, zooming Cadillacs, Whizzing, whizzing ...Rate it:

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Shakespeare and Milton
Walter Savage Landor
THE TONGUE of England, that which myriads Have spoken and will speak, were paralyz’d Hereafter, but two mighty men stand forth Above the flight of ...Rate it:

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Siege Of Vienna Raised By John Sobieski
William Wordsworth
FEBRUARY 1816 Oh, for a kindling touch from that pure flame Which ministered, erewhile, to a sacrifice Of gratitude,...Rate it:

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